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    Heinrich Kley Stadtsilhouette [City Silhouette] Sketch Original Art (1938). This silhouette drawing, possibly of the renowned Cologne Cathedral, was created during Kley's later years in which he lost his life savings due to the collapse of the German economy and had the plates from his earlier drawings destroyed during the Nazi occupation. The work comes from the estate of Heinrich Kley and includes the "Nachlass Heinrich Kley" stamp on the reverse. Rendered in ink on 9.5" x 6.25" paper. The piece is toned with light wear. In Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2019
    10th Sunday
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